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Gamecocks Garner 82 Spots to Lead SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
Eighty-two freshman student-athletes garnered recognition on the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll, the league office released on Thursday.
Eighty-two freshman student-athletes garnered recognition on the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll, the league office released on Thursday.

July 16, 2009

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A total of 564 freshmen student-athletes were named to the 2009 Southeastern Conference Freshmen Academic Honor Roll, Thursday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. A total of 2,352 student-athletes around the league earned Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2008-09.

The University of South Carolina topped the list with 82 freshmen student-athletes on the academic roster. Next in line were the University of Florida (69), the University of Alabama (58) and the University of Georgia (57).

Each student-athlete must 1) have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; 2) be on scholarship or a letter winner; 3) have completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial credit at the nominating institution; and 4) have been a member of the varsity team for the sport's entire NCAA Championship segment.

The 2009 SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2008-09 academic calendar.

South Carolina's representatives on the honor roll follow.

Austin Ashmore, Business
Nolan Belcher, Undeclared
James Rawls, Sport Management
Michael Roth, Business

Paige Dekko, Business
Maggie Fortune, History
Colvin Hedgepeth, Public Relations
Rachel Koggan, Public Relations
Annie McDonald, Business
Taylor Singmaster, Arts

Aramis Hillary, Undeclared
Walker Inabinet, Sport Management
T.J. Johnson, Exercise Science
Andrew Power, Undeclared
Wayne Wilson, Undeclared
Adam Yates, Business

Men's Golf
Sam Braver, Business
Wesley Bryan, Sport Management
Clint Tolleson, Business

Women's Golf
Katie Burnett, Sport Management
Cayci Ruppe, Undeclared

Men's Soccer
Danny Cates, Sport Management
Hunter Howayeck, Business
Stephen Morrissey, Business
Brandon Tarr, Business
Natalie Aaron, Business

Women's Soccer
Kira Campbell, Biological Sciences
Ellen Fahey, Public Relations
Ali Glemser, Public Relations
Lolly Holland, Sport Management
Bonny Lepley, Nursing
Roya Mojarab, Business
Maria Petroni, Chemical Engineering
Jocelyn Spurrier, Business

Sam Arbaugh, Sport Managment
Evan Childs, Sport Management
Lauren Lackey, Biological Sciences
Kristen Stubblefield, HRTM
Kaitlin Westfall, Exercise Science
Kierstyn White, Civil Engineering

Men's Swimming & Diving
Ryan Connolly, Undeclared
James Crawford, Civil Engineering
Armin Hornikel, Biological Sciences
Dan Jackson, Exercise Science
Ryan Kuser, Journalism

Women's Swimming & Diving
Helen Alvey, Pharmacy
Aileen Atzhorn, Chemical Engineering
Mallory Cage, Journalism
Sarah Deuell, Computer Info. Systems
Lydia Hackert, International Studies
Alyssa Hand, Nursing
Alexandria Lane, International Studies
Lindsey Olson, Exercise Science

Women's Tennis
Dijana Stojic, Business

Men's Track & Field
Chris Campbell, Business
Louis Day, Biology
Vince DePiano, HRTM
Andrew Finley, Business
Michael Humphrey, Engineering
Robert Razick, Business
Marvin Reitze, Business
Bryce Sherman, Sport Management
Frederick Suhrstedt, Business
Jerry Thompson III, Business

Women's Track & Field/Cross Country
Radiance Basden, Journalism
Beatrice Biwott, Nursing
Erin Fedewa, Biology
Sara Hartley, Journalism
Elizabeth Heath, Business
Jocelyn Henline, Biology
Tara Lindeman, Pharmacy
Kelsey McCorkle, Early Childhood Education
Allison Nicosia, Biology
Nicole Rheinlander, Business
Stacee Roberts, Exercise Science
Nadonnia Rodrigues, Liberal Arts
Layna Roycraft, Sport Management
Tamra Stanish, Liberal Arts
Katie Walls, Business
Shannon Walls, Nursing

Olivia Ryder, Spanish
Teresa Stenlund, Undeclared



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